Organisers of the first Teach Tech Play Conference, Eleni Kyritsis, Founder and Host, and Hosts Corey Alyen and Steve Brophy will present the 2017 event at Ivanhoe Grammar, Ridgeway Campus in Ivanhoe Melbourne on 3–4 April.

The Conference will repeat the successful 2016 format with short introductory sessions and simultaneous workshops over the two days.

Keynote speakers lined up for 2017 include Ewan Macintosh, Matt Miller and Jon Burgess.

Ewan Macintosh is founder and managing director of Notosh, He is a highly-regarded keynote speaker at events around the world, he’s also the author of How To Come Up With Great Ideas and Actually Make Them Happen and regularly writes about learning on his blog edu.blogs.com.

Matt Miller is author of Ditch that Textbook. a book about revolutionising the classroom with innovative teaching, mindsets and curriculum. He has infused technology and innovative teaching methods in his classes for more than 10 years. He is a Google Certified Innovator, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator and two-time Bammy! Awards nominee.

Jon Burgess is MD of Kwan, a management consultancy that builds organisational and individual capacity to cultivate people networks and empower advocacy. He is recognised as one of the most innovative minds, renowned for his development of The Three MindsTM philosophy.

Twenty-four presenters have been lined up for sessions that will cover design thinking, Makerspace, STEAM, robotics, assessment, student centered learning, digital technologies curriculum, coding, iPads, BYOD, STEM, Google Apps for Education and Genius Hour.

Cost for the two days is $395.00 with bookings online at:
www.trybookings.com.au

http://teachtechplay.com/conference